Join us for the Inman Park Tour of Gardens
We can’t hold the Inman Park Festival so instead we’re having a Garden Party! The Inman Park Tour of Gardens will take guests on a fanciful tour of some of the most eclectic and innovative yards in Historic Inman Park. On tour guests will see quirky landscapes and untraditional additions to classic homes with finely manicured lawns with sweeping views of our city.
Each garden will hold a different surprise. Some will have dance troupes, live music, art and plenty of Inman Park Charm. Come for the gardens, stay for the culture. Enjoy our socially distanced outdoor event. Masks and good humor required.
Inman Park is Atlanta’s first suburb and one of the city’s most beloved neighborhoods.
First developed in the late 1800’s, Inman Park is home to many historic Victorian homes and parks. But it is the spirit of community, the spirit of our neighbors, a spirit inherent in the great diversity of Inman Parkers that makes it a special and beloved community. In our community Y’all means All.
Proceeds from Inman Park Tour of Gardens will be used to better our neighborhood and community. We donate to local schools, parks, pay for sidewalks and support the Little Five Points Alliance and the Public Library on Ponce.
Please note that no dogs are allowed in the gardens.
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Inman Park Dance Festival
Saturday, April 24, 1pm & 3pm
Sunday, April 25, 1pm & 3pm
|850 Euclid Avenue NE & 40 Delta Place NE
All dance events are free!
The Inman Park Dance Festival has adapted to this year’s Tour of Garden’s all outdoor format! The neighborhood welcomes back two Dance Festival regulars, Full Radius Dance and ImmerseATL. These two great companies will create site-specific works for the weekend. Full Radius Dance will perform on the steps of Lizzie Chapel at 850 Euclid Avenue and ImmerseATL will create a work for Delta Park at Edgewood and Delta Place. The performances will take place on Saturday, April 24 and Sunday, April 25 at 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm. The show will run about 20 minutes and be the same for all four performances. It is free and open to the public.
Dance has been a part of the Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes since 2001. Since this time, it has presented professional and pre-professional dance companies from Metro Atlanta and the state of Georgia. It is the only free admission dance festival that regularly presents both classical ballet and modern dance on the same program. Additionally, all companies are compensated for their participation in the festival.